A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior

Siepmann F, Wachsmuth S (2011)
In: Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings. De Silva R, Reidsma D (Eds);Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer: 93-96.

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De Silva, Ravindra ; Reidsma, Dennis
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International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR) 2011
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Amsterdam
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2011-11-24
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Siepmann F, Wachsmuth S. A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior. In: De Silva R, Reidsma D, eds. Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer; 2011: 93-96.
Siepmann, F., & Wachsmuth, S. (2011). A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior. In R. De Silva & D. Reidsma (Eds.), Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings (pp. 93-96). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer.
Siepmann, F., and Wachsmuth, S. (2011). “A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior” in Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings, ed. R. De Silva and D. Reidsma (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer), 93-96.
Siepmann, F., & Wachsmuth, S., 2011. A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior. In R. De Silva & D. Reidsma, eds. Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 93-96.
F. Siepmann and S. Wachsmuth, “A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior”, Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings, R. De Silva and D. Reidsma, eds., Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer, 2011, pp.93-96.
Siepmann, F., Wachsmuth, S.: A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior. In: De Silva, R. and Reidsma, D. (eds.) Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings. p. 93-96. Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2011).
Siepmann, Frederic, and Wachsmuth, Sven. “A Modeling Framework for Reusable Social Behavior”. Work-in-Progress Workshop Proceedings. Ed. Ravindra De Silva and Dennis Reidsma. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer, 2011. 93-96.
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